Answer (B) is correct. In a Chapter 11 reorganization, the court has limited power to appoint a trustee. Instead, to better accomplish the rehabilitative aspirations of a reorganization, a firm seeking protection under Chapter 11 may be permitted to operate its own business as a debtor-in-possession. A strong presumption exists that a debtor-in-possession should be permitted to continue to operate the business unless there is evidence of incompetence or mismanagement on the part of the debtor. A debtor-in-possession has basically all the same rights and duties as a trustee but does not receive special compensation for performing the function.